The Xbox 360 version of Limbo is now playable on the Xbox One, adding to an increasingly large list of backwards compatible titles available for the system. The move was announced by Xbox's Larry "Major Nelson" Hryb on Twitter, and follows the recent addition of Blue Dragon to the backwards compatible list.
As some will rightly point out, Limbo was already available as a native Xbox One title, having been re-released in late 2014. However, it's likely a number of people who purchased the dark and gritty title for Xbox 360 following its 2010 launch on the console held off on buying the Xbox One version. If you count yourself as one of those people, you can officially play through Limbo once more on your Xbox One.
If you're interested, Limbo is available for purchase at a price of $10 for either Xbox 360 or Xbox One. And while it's certainly good to have options, if you haven't already purchased Limbo in the past, then the price similarity makes it a no-brainer to go for the Xbox One version.